Immigration

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State AG says Trump’s ‘public charge rule’ will harm Nevada

Nevada could bear the financial brunt of a new federal rule that is causing some immigrants to stop getting public assistance for their families,...
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Report estimates economic impact of Nevada DACA recipients

A new analysis by the Center for American Progress (CAP) estimates the state-by-state economic contributions of DACA recipients and their families in all 50...
State Senate

ACLU gives legislators high marks on voting rights, low marks on privacy

Democrats flunked on promoting privacy and open government, received high marks on expanding voting rights, and earned a barely passing grade in ensuring immigrants’...
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Family’s saga offers glimpse of how local policies separate parents from children

Adriana Arellano Cruz longed to see her children after being detained at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center inside the Henderson jail....

Las Vegas vigil mourns El Paso, condemns white supremacy

In the wake of the worst anti-Latino attack in U.S. history, which killed 22 people and injured more than two dozen, Southern Nevadans gathered...
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Mother detained by ICE in July released, reunited with children

Adriana Arellana Cruz was released Tuesday night and reunited with her three children after being detained nearly a month in the U.S. Immigration and...
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Mother detained by ICE granted bond; now children scramble to raise $5,000

After spending a month in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center housed in the Henderson jail, Adriana Arellano Cruz was offered release...
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Children evicted following their mother’s ICE detention

On a rather muggy July morning, 21-year-old Omar Arellano Cruz and his 16-year-old sister Kimberly are in a time crunch to pack up all...

Children of TPS recipients share fears of families torn apart

If Temporary Protected Status ends for certain immigrants, 15-year-old Emily Hernandez, who is a United States citizen, fears she could lose both her parents. Jorge...
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Could automatic voter registration lead to arrest? State working to ensure it doesn’t.

Automatic voter registration is set to start in January 2020, and while legislators believe it’s an important step in broadening voting accessibility advocates are...

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